MALTA - An island country in the Mediterranean Sea south of Sicily and Italy, comprising the island of Malta and two smaller islands. Occupied successively by Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans, Saracens, and Normans, Malta was granted to the Knights Hospitalers in 1530 and passed to France in 1798 and Great Britain in 1800. The country became independent in 1964 but has remained part of the British Commonwealth. Valletta, on Malta Island, is the capital. Population: 400,000.-
Do you mean Malta?
Crete, toe Malta, heel
The only island with m is Malta
Another island is Sicily
@ thrag: Crete is a Greek island, not Italian
Sardinia and Sicily
The island is Malta. It has a really interesting history especially during WWII when supplies were cut to the island and Germany bombed the bejesus out of it.
You failed to say DIRECTLY south of Italy...
I don't really know. That's shocking. Tch.
m for Malta. Siciliy is also South, here is a map for ya.
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